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Police appeal over antique chair stolen from Fryerning church

15:27 24 January 2013

The chair that was stolen from the Fryerning church

The chair that was stolen from the Fryerning church

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Crooks stole an antique chair - worth around £200 - from a church earlier this month.

The chair was stolen from St Mary’s Church in Blackmore Road, Fryerning, Brentwood, sometime between January 3-6 and is a described as an antique wooden, smokers bow style, Windsor chair.

Pc Simone Wade, who is investigating for Essex Police, said: “It is very sad that someone would take this from the church and I would appeal to anyone who has any information to contact me at Loughton police station on 101 extension 313 417.”

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